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‘Woolf’ is a Beast of a Challenge

 

‘Art in Motion:’

 

Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena.

 

Park Avenue Pride

 

The survivor in a terrorized society speaks.

 

Heavy Metal Magic

 

Our Town is Must-See

 

ONCE

 

After the funeral, a second dead man can still speak

 

Artists! Sustain Thyself!

 
Calendargirls

As the clothes are stripped off, the laughter cascades

“Snap!” could be the sound of a garter being fastened. Or unfastened. Or it could be the unhooking of a bra. You’re likely to hear such sounds; SNAP Productions is offering a comedy about English women stripping. Older women. Doing so for good causes, you see. Calendar Girls is about an actual Yorkshire charity project, a fundraiser, which, of course, also raised eyebrows.  

This is a comedy about middle-aged...


Bockelman crossing

‘Just Feels Like Summer’

After the seasonable unpredictability of Metro spring weather, it’s nice for many to know they can count on summer being hot, hot, hot.

Also hot on the horizon are any number of art events and exhibits for those who appreciate indoor activity as much as the outdoors. Best of all, besides the normal number of weekend exhibition openings one can count on, there are also key visual arts opportunities that highlight...


‘Just Feels Like Summer’


Brilliant nastiness takes over a tight arena

The minute you sit on the periphery of Jim Othuse’s well-furnished, substantial-looking living room at Community Playhouse’s Howard Drew Theatre you know that there’s a kind of truth to be witnessed.  What lies ahead are circa three hours of dynamic, compelling life made vivid and real by a fine quartet of Omaha actors.

Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf takes over the stage, grabbing your attention....


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